Dream on it. Let your mind take you to places you would like to go and enjoy. Hyderabad, a city often overlooked by many, gives numerous reasons to be in your bucket list. Be ready to get imprinted with a special impression on your visit to this beautiful city!

Being the eighth largest city of Pakistan, Hyderabad holds a special place. With its beautiful rich culture, irresistible bustling markets, impressive architecture, and all the sparkles, lights, and glory that never subside, Hyderabad is stunning in its own way. And it would be unfair to describe Hyderabad without mentioning Haji Rabri Wale. It is an absolute no-miss on your visit to Hyderabad and… this isn’t all in the no-miss list. After you’re done entertaining those taste buds with mouth-watering Rabri, you might as well wouldn’t want to leave without adding a little flavor to your life with Bombay Bakery.

Founded in 1768 by Mian Ghulam Shah Kalhoro, Hyderabad for a long time has been called the “Paris of India”. Once visited, the city explains its nickname quite instantly to the spectator. The city also holds its importance as it is the birthplace of legends and heroes of literature and poetry. It has been the humble abode of Sufi dervishes and influential poets.

Hyderabad is a dreamland for girls since it masters in jewelry making. Did you know; Hyderbad is the largest bangle producer in the world? It is nothing less than a sweet treat to see the making of the bangles, the hard work that’s put into and the creativity that can be seen prominently in the end results.

Among the competitors like Karachi Biryani, Hyderabadi Biryani manages to score great. There is so much so beautiful about Hyderabad that one after only one visit thinks twice before comparing it with Karachi.



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